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#Making #DeepHouse in #LogicProX | EDM Sessions Tutorial EP001

 

Logic Pro X Template https://www.wemakedancemusic.com/en/electronic-music-jam-sessions-ep001-logic-pro-x-funky-deep-house

In this first episode we make a deep house song with atmospheric track in about 35 minutes. Creating simple but effective basslines and pads as the main elements. Audio signal processing is important to create the vibe of this song. We use send effects and sidechain on reverb to create a cool backdrop to the track, we then add some percussion to fill the space and build the groove.

All Episodes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmStSqY2iVmTaho9maXnL7n5PtHRbc7FU

Website: https://www.wemakedancemusic.com/

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#Making #Progressive House in #LogicProX | EDM Sessions Tutorial EP002

 

 

Progressive House Music Production Logic Pro X Template: https://www.wemakedancemusic.com/en/electronic-music-jam-sessions-ep002-pumping-prog-house-in-the-studio

With the electronic music jam sessions you can learn how to make EDM, start producing electronic music fast by using the video along the Logic Pro X Template.

While these are not formal logic pro music production course the amount of knowledge these episodes contain for FREE worth watching. If you are looking to be a self taught producer and become an electronic music creator this might be the way for you.

No need for expensive courses online you can get started making your own music now! The second episode features a progressive house creation from scratch, the result is a 125 BPM pumping progressive house tune. We kick off with a simple Kick drum, and we build up a track, first up the bassline! We use a preset featuring ready made chords and convert it to a simple tone to create the first elements. We then build upon this to create a pumping track. I like to use musical keyboard to keep the setup minimal a quality sound card, good acoustics, and a comfortable seat.

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Making #Above&Beyond Style #Trance in #LogicProX | EDM Sessions Tutorial EP004

 

Above & Beyond Trance Logic Pro X Template: https://www.wemakedancemusic.com/en/electronic-music-jam-sessions-ep-004-smashing-prog-trance-like-abo With the electronic music jam sessions you can learn how to make trance, start producing electronic music fast by using the video along the Logic Pro X Template. While these are not formal logic pro music production course the amount of knowledge these episodes contain for FREE worth watching. If you are looking to be a self taught producer and become an electronic music creator this might be the way for you. No need for expensive courses online you can get started making your own music now! Episode 4 features a progressive trance track production with the sound that made the british group Above & Beyond popular. We start with a MIDI chord progression courtesy of Inner Hearth, https://www.wemakedancemusic.com/en/marketplace/seller/profile/Emotions. We build the song around the progression creating a stab sequence based on the progression of the primary MIDI file, we then create bass patterns and other elements preserving the original keys and chords. Then we lay down some drums and start working on the song arrangements.

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